The humidity has blissfully broke, which led to remarkably excellent sleeping weather. I was awake early and lolled in bed for awhile reading blogs on my phone and pondering my day. I'm feeling calmer and more organized, though eventually even that becomes a little short-lived and I wind up in the chaos swirl again. This is the crazy part of summer, where the temps & humidity rises and breaks every day at the end of the day like clockwork, where the storms come sweeping over the city from the west (and occasionally setting of tornado alarms like last week) but it looks like we're in for a bit of mildness for the next week or so, clear skies and 70's which is exactly where I like it.
Today included a little press business, but the bulk was planning a little bit of shenanigans for the The Aesthetics of Research series in the library in the form of a hidden art exhibit / scavenger hunt / geocache that has participants solving riddles and clues and using the library resources. (The library is pretty slow in the summer and we need something to amuse ourselves with...) The cache at the end is a box filled with all sorts of art goodies for the taking and trading..(right now, to start off, some photo prints, mini-drawings, and some pendants.) We're hoping to fine-tune and repeat it in the fall and for it to grow (and also help us curate artists for future Aesthetics shows.)
The other bit of art-related business was the re-emergence of errata, a chap I published about 10 years back in a very limited edition and which comprised a section in my second book , in the bird museum, but only exists in its full form in the chapbook itself. It explores all sorts of Victorian genre conventions. Since it's out of print, I put it up as a pdf file for your reading pleasure. 2005 was around the time I feel I was really beginning to write the sort of things or the sort of ways I do now and this project was sort of the hinge between pre-2005 writing and post.-2005 style.